Posts Tagged ‘Italy’

Mount Etna, Sicily.

Mount Etna is located on the island of Sicily in Italy. It is interesting to know that Etna volcano is a self-formed volcano. 600 thousand years ago in its place was the bay. Today, Etna Volcano is the largest active volcano in Europe and thus arouses interest among travellers. Mount Etna is inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.

Siena, Italy.

Siena is one of my favourite cities in the Tuscany region in Italy. Siena is a small city that combines a centuries-old history and beautiful architecture. Siena is known all over the world for its medieval brick buildings, photos of which you have probably seen at least once in one of the travel magazines.

Dan Brown, Angels and Demons.

Dan Brown, Angels and Demons.

While reading the book “Angels and Demons” you will have a fascinating journey through Rome and the secret places of the Vatican. The main character, American professor Langdon, will have to deal with the strange symbolism left on the corpses of the murdered people, by the secret and ancient community of the Illuminati.


Florence, Italy.

I think that one of the most beautiful cities in Italy – Florence, no needs special introduction. In addition to its beauty, Florence is also famous for its history and great people who were born in this city. Such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Dante, Galileo and others. Each of them has made an enormous contribution to the development of the city and the world art.

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre.

I had planned to go to Nice and have looked at the beautiful pictures of the Cote d’Azur on the internet, but just a few days before the trip my Italian friends told me about the Cinque Terre, and I realized that I should go exactly there.

I’m sure I will go one day also in Nice, but comparing the photos of Nice and the Cinque Terre, I had absolutely no doubt what to choose.



Verona is a beautiful, old town which annually attracts millions of tourists and romantics. To walk along the famous streets, see the amphitheater, to visit the house of Juliet, to visit local attractions.

Most people associate Verona with William Shakespeare’s tragedy “Romeo and Juliet.” An interesting fact is that the Italians, especially the residents of Verona, prefer to put the first name of Juliet and after Romeo. 

The theory of relativity in practice or one year around the world

The theory of relativity in practice or one year around the world.

On the eve of the anniversary of my traveling around the world I was thing how many things have happened over the last year? Thouse events would be enough for 10 years life of the average citizen. I’m also feel like so many years have passed …

Malaysia, Singapore, Austria, Italy, Germany, Croatia, Czech Republic, Russia, USA, Turkey.